EMERALD O'HANRAHAN

EMERALD O'HANRAHAN by Michael Shelford
Photo: Michael Shelford
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First Floor, Thomas Place, 1A Devonshire Road, London W4 2EU
Phone: 020-8742 7077
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Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Weight:8st. 10lb. (55kg)
Playing Age:16 - 25 years
Appearance:White
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm

Credits:

Emerald is nominated for Best Actress at the New Renaissance Film Festival, for short film Queen's Mile.

Stage Radio Television Short Film Video Game Voice Over
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Stage
2015, Stage, Lucy Davenport, WASTE, National Theatre, Roger Michell
2015, Stage, Tuppence, THE SECRET ADVERSARY, Watermill/Eleanor Lloyd Productions, Sarah Punshon
2012, Stage, Belle, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Royal & Derngate Northampton, Gary Sefton
2011, Stage, Cecily, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST/TRAVESTIES, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Philip Wilson
2010, Stage, Daisy, DAISY PULLS IT OFF, Watermill Theatre, Caroline Leslie
2009, Stage, Hannah, DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Katie Read
2009, Stage, Philippine / Lisette, ON THE RAZZLE, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Joanna Read
2009, Stage, Juliet, ROMEO AND JULIET, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, John Hartoch
2008, Stage, Doth, CIDER WITH ROSIE, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Christopher Scott
2008, Stage, Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Toby Hulse
2008, Stage, Connie Crighton, OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Sue Wilson
2007, Stage, Ophelia, HAMLET, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Andrew Hilton
2005, Stage, Miranda, THE TEMPEST, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Stephen Siddall
2001, Stage, Juliet, ROMEO AND JULIET, Cambridge Touring Theatre, Rosie Humphreys
Radio
2014, Radio, Sophie, COME TO GRIEF, Sweet Talk, Gordon House
2014, Radio, Alice, TAKE ME TO THE NECROPOLIS, BBC Radio Drama Scotland, Kirsty Williams
2014, Radio, Emma Grundy, THE ARCHERS, BBC Radio 4, Sean O'Connor
2013, Radio, Sophie, LIFE IN THE FREEZER, BBC Radio Drama, Sally Avens
2013, Radio, Ernestine Blunt, VOTES FOR WOMEN, BBC Radio Drama, Marion Nancarrow
2013, Radio, Fanny, WHAT DOES THE K STAND FOR?, BBC Radio Comedy, Colin Anderson
2012, Radio, Oriane, IS ANYTHING BROKEN?, BBC Radio 4, Marc Beeby
2012, Radio, Elizabeth Dalloway, MRS DALLOWAY, BBC Radio Drama, Marc Beeby
2012, Radio, Hannah, THE PEOPLE'S PASSION, BBC Radio 4, Jonquil Panting
2011, Radio, Hermia, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, SweetTalk Productions, Celia de Wolff
2011, Radio, Dora, KAFKA! THE MUSICAL, BBC Radio Drama, Jeremy Mortimer
2011, Radio, Annabelle, THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALL, BBC Radio 4, David Hunter
2010, Radio, Edith, EDITH'S STORY, BBC Northern Ireland Radio Drama, Eoin O'Callaghan
2010, Radio, Reader, NO AND ME, SweetTalk Productions, Rosalynd Ward
2010, Radio, Molly Gibson, WIVES AND DAUGHTERS, BBC Radio Drama, Peter Leslie Wild
2009, Radio, Sophie, BLACK HEARTS IN BATTERSEA, BBC Radio Drama, Marc Beeby
2009, Radio, Katrin, FILTHY RICH, BBC Radio Drama, Sasha Yevtushenko
2009, Radio, Emily, FROM FACT TO FICTION: WHAT IS THE CUSTOM OF YOUR GRIEF?, BBC Radio Drama, Jessica Dromgoole
2009, Radio, Miss Honey, MATILDA, BBC Radio Drama, Claire Grove
2009, Radio, Miss Bradfield, NOT BOBBY, BBC Radio Drama, Peter Kavanagh
2009, Radio, Beatrice, RAPPACINI'S DAUGHTER, BBC Radio Drama, Abigail le Fleming
2009, Radio, Becca, TOO MUCH INFORMATION, BBC Radio Comedy, Liz Webb
2006, Radio, Tinkerbell, PETER PAN IN SCARLET, BBC Radio, Celia de Wolff
Television
2016, Television, Victoria Nicholson, FATHER BROWN, BBC, Simon Gibney
2015, Television, Annie Watkins, DOCTORS, BBC, Shani Grewall
2015, Television, Kate Murdoch, LEWIS, ITV Studios Ltd, David Drury
2013, Television, Fee, CASUALTY, BBC, Paul Murphy
2013, Television, Nurse, DOC MARTIN, Buffalo Pictures, Nigel Cole
2013, Television, Ruby Carter, SILK, BBC, Marc Jobst
Short Film
2014, Short Film, Grace/Lead, QUEEN'S MILE, Martin Delaney
Video Game
2015, Video Game, Lucy Thorne, Assassins Creed: Syndicate, Side UK, Ubisoft, Justin Villiers
2012, Video Game, Nina Taylor, ALIEN: ISOLATION, Creative Assembly, Kate Saxon
Voice Over
2013, Voice Over, Reader, FANFARE FOR ELIZABETH, Audible, Adam Helal
2011, Voice Over, Reader, THE BOOK OF LIES, Patrick McQuaid/Adam Helal
2001, Voice Over, EVA, EDIFY'S VIRTUAL ASSISTANT, Edify
2000, Voice Over, Charlie Chipmunk, READER RABBIT, The Learning Company

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Geordie, Irish-Southern, London, Polish, RP*, Scottish-South, South African, Welsh-Southern, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics*, Choral Singing, Dance (general), Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Zumba-instructor
Performance:Motion Capture, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Running, Stage Combat, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence

Training:

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, BA Professional Acting, 3 years, 2006 - 2009

Carleton Hobbs BBC Radio Drama Bursary Award 2009